Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network (MOSWIN)

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System Name Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network
System Type Project 25 Phase II
System ID BEE00-1CE, 3F7, 3F8
Connect Tone ?
Wide Area Communications Network ?
Network Access Code ?
TRBO Color Code ?
Band VHF / 700
County Various
State Missouri
Ownership Public

Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network RR DB Entry
Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network Site Map from the RRDB
Missouri Discussion Forum

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Welcome to the Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Missouri.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.

  • Some talkgroups on this system may be using P25 Phase II TDMA modulation, which can only be monitored using a P25 Phase II capable scanner or receiver.
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News - Much of this is old

VHF system currently under construction in SE Missouri. This system will eventually compose of 71 towers throughout Missouri, including being linked to 700/800 MHz P25 systems in St Louis, Kansas City and Independence.

Pilot Project - City of Sikeston, Local MSHP

  • Phase 1 - Troop E, portion of Troop G
  • Phase 2 - Troops D & G
  • Phase 3 - Troops C & I, portions of Troops F, B , G (St Louis)
  • Phase 4 - Troops A & F (Kansas City, Jeff City)
  • Phase 5 - Troops H & B (Northern MO)

Will be connected to the following systems: RAMBIS - Regional Area Multiband Integrated System (KC)

  • 10 Site Simulcast, VHF, UHF, 800 MHz

MERS - Metropolitan Emergency Radio Service (Kansas City)

  • 154.13, 153.905

MARRS - Metropolitan Area Regional Radio System

  • KC 800 MHz, Independence 700 MHz, Johnson County 700 MHz systems

MARCER - Mid America Regional Council Emergency Radio

  • Hospital, Ambulance - 800 MHz Systems: Raytown, Johnson County, KC
  • Will migrate to MARRS

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